- "The Role of the Breeder Reactor," by R.L. Garwin, chapter for the book, Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Weapon Proliferation, ed. F. Barnaby, et al., pp. 141-153. Publisher: Taylor and Francis, Ltd., London 1979.
- "Presidential Science Advising," by R.L. Garwin, September 5, 1979. A chapter in the book Science Advice to the President,a special issue of Technology in Society2, (Pergamon Press Ltd) pp. 115-128. Publisher: Pergamon Press, New York, 1980.
- "The Proper Role for the Breeder Reactor," by R.L. Garwin in Fission Breeder Reactor IEEE Catalogue No. TH0072-9, pp 13-26, an Energy Seminar sponsored by the Energy Committee, Washingotn, DC, 03/26-27/79.
- "To Tell the Good Guys from the Bad," by R.L. Garwin, Letter to the Editor of The New York Times, February 15, 1979.
- "A Cruise Missile System for Europe-- Costs and Capabilities," by R.L. Garwin,Henri Sack Memorial Lecture at Cornell University, September 26, 1978.
- "Approaches to Controlling Air Pollution," pp. 415-418, Comment by R.L. Garwin on "Government Policies toward Automotive Emissions Control" by Edwin S. Mills and Lawrence J. White, 1978.
- August 15, 1978 letter by Richard L. Garwin, Norris E. Bradbury, and J. Carson Mark to President Carter regarding nuclear weapons stockpile reliability under a Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (published in the Congressional Record 08/16/78).
- "Reducing Dependence on Nuclear Weapons: A Second Nuclear Regime," by R.L. Garwin. Published in the 1980s Project/Council on Foreign Relations' book, Nuclear Weapons and World Politic. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1977.
- "The Problem of Aggregation in Modeling Physical and Social Systems and Processes," by R.L. Garwin, Proc. Symposia in Applied Mathematics21, pp. 107-120, July 6, 1977. (Speech to the American Mathematical Society 01/21/76).
- "Effective Military Technology for the 1980s," by R.L. Garwin, published in International Security, Vol. 1, No. 2, (Autumn 1976) pp. 50-77.
- "Some Aspects of Technology and Privacy," by R.L. Garwin. Published as "Intelligence and Technology," as a staff report of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Vol. IV, pp. 109-119, August 25, 1976. "Concluding Remarks" and "Abstract" are restored in the present version.
- "Nuclear War by 1999?", by P. Doty, R.L. Garwin, G. Kistiakowsky, G. Rathjens, and T. Schelling in Harvard Magazine,pp. 19-25, November 1975.
- Appendix C: "Comparative Cost Analyses for Electric Power from Project Pacer," from "An Analysis of the Economic Feasibility, Technical Significance, and Time Scale for Application of Peaceful Nuclear Explosions in the U.S., with Special Reference to the GURC Report Thereon." A panel report by L.E. Elkins, R.L. Garwin, T. Greenwood, C. Hocott, H. Jacoby, G.W. Johnson, R. Morse, and F.A. Long, Chairman. April 1975.
- "The Evidence for Detection of Kilohertz Gravitational Radiation," by R.L. Garwin, presented at the "Fifth Cambridge" Conference on Relativity (MIT), June 10, 1974.
- "Report to the Director of Research by the Energy Task Force," R.L. Garwin (Chairman), et al, January 31, 1974. Formerly IBM CONFIDENTIAL-- declassified 01/09/90 by RLG.
- "Academic Freedom and Moral Responsibility," by R.L. Garwin (with W.J. McGill, M. Ruderman, and F. Baldwin), originially published in Chrisitanity and Crisis, December 11, 1972, and now available in Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, Vol. 5, No. 3, Nov. 1973.
- "The Shape of Future U.S. Military Forces," by R.L. Garwin, July 4, 1972.
- "Improving the Nation's Air Traffic Control System," a Report of the Ad Hoc Air Traffic Control Panel of the President's Science Advisory Committee (R.L. Garwin, Chairman), March 1971. 200 pages. (Available from the NTIS as PB-240 652/8GA.)
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